Patten

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Patten

• (n.) A stilt. • (n.) A clog or sole of wood, usually supported by an iron ring, worn to raise the feet from the wet or the mud.
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patten

(from the article `shoe`) ...gemstones. In America, women`s dress shoes copied those in France and England and were made of brocade and had a French heel and usually a buckle; ... Footwear was similar for both sexes. Hose might be soled for indoor wear. Outdoors shoes could be worn with wood and cork pattens strapped on to keep ... [...
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Patten

[shoe] Pattens are protective overshoes that were worn in Europe from the Middle Ages until the early 20th century. Pattens were worn outdoors over a normal shoe, had a wooden or later wood and metal sole, and were held in place by leather or cloth bands. Pattens functioned to elevate the foot above the mud and dirt (including human effluen...
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Patten

Pat'ten noun [ French patin a high- heeled shoe, from patte paw, foot. Confer Panton , Patté .] 1. A clog or sole of wood, usually supported by an iron ring, worn to raise the feet from the wet or the mud. « The patten now supports each frugal dame.&#...
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patten

any one of various types of wooden-soled footwear, such as a sandal, shoe, or clog, worn to increase one's height or to keep one's feet out of the mud
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Patten

Patten is another name for a clog.
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patten

wooden shoe; clog; base of a pillar
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